University Statements

Statement on Oct. 26 Zoom bombing

The meeting organizers ended the meeting about 30-40 seconds after the “bombing” began.

The 2020 election

As One U, we can model how a campus comes together, bridges divides and differences of opinion and finds ways to move forward as a community.

Statement regarding student complaint

College and department leaders respond to a student complaint and messages of concern.

University of Utah and parents of Lauren McCluskey announce settlement agreement

The agreement includes a settlement payment to the McCluskeys and a charitable donation to the Lauren McCluskey Foundation.

U joins lawsuit challenging new federal rules that could impact international faculty and students

These changes could dramatically impact the university’s recruitment and retention of foreign talent, including faculty and physicians. The new rules also impact opportunities available to graduating international students.

Addressing student questions and concerns about police, sexual assault investigations

This webinar address students’ questions about our police operations and processes related to sexual assault investigations, keeping victim advocacy and victim-survivor privacy in mind, and to broadly help students understand the jurisdictional issues, processes and resources that come into play in situations like this.

Statement on executive order

We are a stronger, better university when we fully include all people and work to address bias and racism in all its forms.

We need your help

We ask that you increase your efforts to follow the best public health practices for safe, healthy behavior during the pandemic.

aerial view of Wasatch Front

Indigenous Land Acknowledgement

The University of Utah honors Indigenous Peoples’ Day with the launch of a new Indigenous Land Acknowledgement.

Election Day flexibility and support

The University of Utah is supportive of faculty and student efforts to increase participation in the voting process by members of its campus community.